ACTION ALERT — Feeling Pressure from the Public, NIH Opens the Books on Clinical Trials

Posted November 26, 2014
Researchers may now have to make clinical study results public— even if the results run counter to the interests of Big Pharma. We applaud this move by NIH. The American public has a right to know the truth about all drug and product trials.  Read more and please write to NIH and thank them for this proposed rule, and underscore how important it is—for your family’s safety as well as for the health of future generations.

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You have busy schedules, so we scan major advocacy news sites to keep you informed about important legislation that could impact your health choices.

Food Betrayal — Don’t Swallow the Lies

Posted December 17, 2014
 As an industry insider, Alan Lewis knows just how badly the food system is broken. In this high energy TEDx talk, Alan reveals the sophisticated methods used by the food industry “fibberati” to manipulate, deceive and distract us. If you have ever read a food label and felt you were being lied to, you have felt the “dark mark” of the fibberati. We can resist these nefarious tactics by making conscious food choices based on core values that support a sustainable and just food system.  View here. 

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Vaccine Ingredients

Posted October 7, 2014
Click here to view a complete list of the ingredients in U.S. vaccines.

Dietary Supplements Can Help with the Winter Blues

Posted December 16, 2014
The “Winter Blues” are common for lots of people, but just as common are the many ways to help enhance your mood and increase your energy, including taking specific dietary supplements. Read more.

How to Reduce Exposure to Fluoride

Posted December 16, 2014 Exposure to fluoride has increased considerably, especially among children. The Orthomolecular Medicine News Service (OMNS) shares several guides to help you reduce your exposure to fluoride. Read more.

The Best Dietary Sources of Vitamin D

Posted December 12th, 2014
Vitamin D is one of the most important vitamins needed by our bodies to maintain optimum health.  However, those of us who live in low-sunlight areas will have to obtain much of our vitamin D from food alone (unless we’re willing to take a synthetic supplement). Fortunately, a small number of natural foods do contain respectable amounts of the all-important “sunshine vitamin.”  Read more.

Buh-bye, Obamacare! Hello, Health Care Sharing

Posted December 10, 2014
Since leaving our corporate jobs, my husband and I have spent an obscene amount of money on health insurance that never covers … anything. On the rare occasion that I go in-network, the appointment is usually a dud … punctuated by the scripts I won’t fill, the treatments I decline, and the follow-up appointments I won’t make.  So when I took a look at what the Affordable Care Act says my family must now pay, I knew we were done. I had reached the point beyond which I will not be pushed.  Read more.

12 Christmas Gifts for the Healthy Cook’s Kitchen

Posted December 10, 2014
Is anyone on your Christmas list trying to create a healthful, whole-foods kitchen?  Setting up such a kitchen doesn’t stop at the grocery store.  The right kitchen tools and appliances can make food prep creative, efficient, and fun.  Look to the following list to get ideas for your favorite healthy chef (or for dropping hints to your own “elves”).  Read more. 

Trace Minerals — Electricity for Your Body

Posted December 10, 2014
Trace minerals are a category of nutrients that are commonly overlooked but very important to our health. One of most important roles of trace elements is as an electrolyte. Our bodies are bioelectric. Each cell acts as a tiny battery with its own electrical force powered by electrolyte minerals.  Read more. 

Huge Win: Monsanto Stock Downgraded After Worst Growth in 7 Years

Posted December 10, 2014
“We are downgrading Monsanto from Buy to Neutral, due to the findings from our seventh Annual Seed Dealer Survey, which came back the most negative for the seed industry in the history of the survey,” Chris Shaw of Monness Crespi Hardt wrote. “The unprecedented results of this year’s survey has led us to be more cautious on Monsanto’s outlook for the current seed selling season.”  Read more.

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